External View

External View

Maintain an External View for a Comfortable Environment

There are many reasons for installing window blinds in your office, from making energy savings to controlling solar glare.

But achieving these great benefits does not have to be at the expenses of maintaining a view of the world outside, even when the blinds are fully closed or lowered.

In fact there are very good reasons for ensuring your window blinds allow should still allow an external view.

An office environment with no external view can feel claustrophobic, dark and demotivating to staff.

Allowing a view of the surroundings and some natural light through the blinds reduces the reliance on artificial lighting, reducing energy costs making your office will look larger and brighter.

Your staff will have a healthy and more motivating workplace, improving their productivity and reducing absenteeism and staff turnover.

Recommended Products

Even when fully closed GP Visual Comfort Roller Blinds allow an external view.

GP Dual Roller Blackout Blinds

GP Dual Roller Blackout Blinds

Regular and blackout blinds installed together. Ideal for occasional blackout requirements.

GP Visual Comfort Anti-Clatter Roller Blinds

GP Visual Comfort Anti-Clatter Roller Blinds

Designed for use on sloping and opening windows and doors.

GP Visual Comfort Extra Large Roller Blinds

GP Visual Comfort Extra Large Roller Blinds

Blinds built for reliability and ease of use on the largest of windows.

GP Visual Comfort Roller Blinds

GP Visual Comfort Roller Blinds

Durable and easy to use while still allowing an external view for a great office environment.

Recommended Fabrics

GP Visual Comfort

GP Visual Comfort

Allows an external view even when closed for a light and motivating office environment, giving staff a psychological boost by allowing them to see the natural world outside. GP Visual Comfort allows some natural light to enter the office for comfortable working conditions, while still helping to reduce glare on screens and computer terminals.

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